Princeton Job Posting: Assistant Vice President, Diversity, Belonging, and Well-Being

July 27, 2023 1 min read

Princeton Job Ad placed on Chronicle of Higher Education Jobs
 
Excerpt: Princeton University seeks a strategic and visionary leader to serve as Assistant Vice President for Diversity, Belonging, and Well-Being. Providing holistic synergies for student life, the successful candidate will also serve as the Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. The AVP will lead the development of new initiatives to provide intentional focus and accountability for diversity, equity, inclusiveness, and belonging efforts across Campus Life while working with and encouraging collaboration and cohesion among existing efforts and programs. The compensation range for this position is $230,000- $250,000 with a generous benefits package.
 
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